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Hatsan AT P2 PCP Pistol

  • Code: HGATP2-177 · .177 · 870 fps
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While most other air pistols are pretty limited, the Hatsan AT P2 tactical air pistol has built-in don't have to attach the shoulder stock to shoot it. And if you do attach it, you have 4" of play in the length of pull, making it adjustable for just about any size shooter. Also, the comb is vertically adjustable helping you acquire your open or optical sights. If you shoot mostly spinner, tin cans and paper targets, the .177-caliber air gun would be your best choice. If hunting or pest elimination are tops on your list then select .22 or .25 caliber. They'll offer the greatest energy levels and help you quickly, humanely dispatch rats, mice, rabbits, squirrels, groundhogs and nutria (coypu) at close distances.

Hatsan AT P2 Air Pistol Features
  • Precharged pneumatic
  • 10rd repeater (.25 holds 9 rds)
  • Sidelever
  • 200 bar (2-900 psi) max fill
  • 50cc removable reservoir with integral pressure gauge (manometer)
  • Quick-disconnect fill adapter
  • 35 max shots per fill
  • TruGlo fiber optic front sight adjusts for elevation
  • TruGlo fiber optic rear sight adjusts for windage & elevation
  • Resettable manual safety
  • Optics rail accepts Weaver* or 11mm mounts
  • Quattro 2-stage adjustable match trigger
  • Black synthetic stock and grip
  • Grip has finger grooves, right-hand palm shelf, thumbrest and palm swell
  • Synthetic stock
  • Anti-double-feed mechanism prevents more than 1 pellet from loading
  • Patented anti-knock mechanism prevents air from exhausting when rifle is knocked or bounced hard
  • Gold-plated trigger blade
  • 15-25 useful shots per fill in .177 caliber
  • 15-25 useful shots per fill in .22 caliber
  • 9-18 useful shots per fill in .25 caliber
  • Includes shoulder stock-** 2 rotary clips- fill probe- depressurizing tool- 2 hex wrenches- bag of spare seals- hard case & owner's manual

*Weaver mounts are not standard. We do not recommend using them.

**Pistol can be used without shoulder stock.
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  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 870 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Sidelever
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 6.40
  • Overall Length 29.10
  • Barrel Length 10.40
  • Loudness 5-High
  • Magazine Capacity 10
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail Weaver & 11mm dovetails
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Adjustable for elevation
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 25
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By RonaldUSAAugust 7, 2015

I bought this gun as a brush gun and I got mostly the results I expected. This gun will group ragged one hole groups ( off a Bog Pod) out to 21 yards and then spread to about a quarter size at 31 yards. I installed a Nikon 1.5 - 4.5 x 20 BDC 600 scope that does well at the range the gun is capable. Best pellet so far has been the H N Field Target Trophy 19.91 grain followed by JSB Exact Kings 25.39 grain. If you plan to backpack I would buy this model over the QE Model simply because you can remove a suppressor (as I use) to make packing in a backpack easier. I am getting about 9 to 12 usable shots per fill hence the need to purchase extra air cylinders if you plan to have an extended shooting session in the field. The spare cylinders are easy to remove, install, and can be refilled with a hand pump. One thing you should know if you purchase this gun is if it is shipped with an empty air reservoir as mine was you will need to remove it to fill it the first time. It needs pressure to keep the hammer from pressing the air valve open.

Very accurate at short range....better than I expected with only a 10 inch barrel. It is easy to pack and carry to the field.

Not enough shots per fill, no sling attachments, a little heavy, and loud without a suppressor.

By ChrisJuly 25, 2015

I love this gun. It works as a pistol as well as a carbine for me, my 12 year old son can enjoy it with me with minor adjustments in 30 sec and it provides the kind of performance which makes it a seriously competitive airgun. Great fun, well worth the price.

By MelvinUSAMay 19, 2015

I have two other Hatsan guns, a AT44PA and a Galatian and I like them both a lot so I was supprised at the condition this gun was received in. The elevation adjustment is missing off the rear sight and when I loaded some cleaning pellets into the magazine to clean the barrel I found out that the magazine does not rotate when the gun is cocked. I have sent an E-Mail to Hatsan USA about these issues and I do believe that the problem will be rectified. I do like the look and feel of the gun. It is BIG but seems to have a good balance to it. Hoping to get on the range with it tomorrow.

Look and feel. Fits me hand well even for its size.

Condition it was received in. Think Hatsan needs to tighten up their Quality Assurance some.

By RogerUSANovember 1, 2014

Like others commented, this pistol is loud when shot with out some type of sound moderator. It's accuracy even surprised me on how good this air gun shoots. Using the adjustable stock greatly improves the accuracy with a standing shot since the pistol is on the heavy side. You will get a slight but perceptible muzzle rise when fired. Since I like quiet, I made a sound attenuator that makes this the quietest air gun I have ever shot and no need for any ear protection. Overall, a great hard hitting pistol.

Love how quick it is to fill from a large SCUBA type tank. I have used CO2 (about 1000 PSI = 480 fps), nitrogen and argon, the latter two are filled from large high pressure tanks and have no moisture in them. It takes less than 30 seconds to insert, pressurize, vent and remove the brass charging device. Don't need to worry about not having a "quick couple" securely fastened.

The existing sites are ok, but putting a $40 red dot holographic site did wonders for accuracy. Also a little pricey but "good" is rarely cheap!

By BobUSASeptember 19, 2014

The Hatsan ATP 2 is well worth the money. This gun is fun to shoot and very accurate. It is heavy for a pistol, but very manageable in the carbine configuration. I have a scope, LDC, and bipod which gives it a unique looking and very compact rifle. The LDC makes it very quiet. I would recommend this gun to any one. My Hatsan is in 177 Cal.

By Jonathan USADecember 7, 2013

Very accurate. As far as looks its very "futuristic" Also Quite powerful .. Probably the most powerful air pistol I've ever owned

Very Accurate and powerful. Simple magazines that are easy to load Pellets into I got about 20 good shots per fill

Grips are not ambidextrous but are easily replaceable Wish it was power adjustable

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what is the length without the stock?

asked Yurii from USA

Is this model available with left handed grips?

asked Owen Cole

Currently there are no left handed grips for the Hatsan AT P2 Pistol. i'M SURE SOMEONE WILL COME UP WITH SOMETHING SOON

Bob from USA

No, That is a Question that Others Have Asked About..And I Don't think they make it with Left Handed Grips...(Even Though They Should)...So I'm Afraid Not!..It is, However a Very Accurate Carbine/Pistol!

Richard from USA

The picture and review are of an AT P1, the Hatsan AT P2 is a carbine with an adjustable stock is it not? What is the model shown on the weapon itself?

asked Jay
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